Over the past 5 years 3D printing has been integrated into the production cycles of industries from aviation to fashion to sports. Now they are looking for the next generation of 3D printers that can produce products from concept to completion.
While that capability is still 5-10 years away, 3D printing is having an impact on supply chains. In a newly released infographic, financial services firm Jones Lang LeSalle shows “The Impact of 3D Printing on Supply Chains”. Continue reading “Infographic: The Impact of 3D Printing on Supply Chains”
The solution is based on Optomec’s patented Aerosol Jet Printed Electronics technology, an Additive Manufacturing process used to print electronics onto planar and 3-dimensional (3D) surfaces. Continue reading “Optomec is developing a new digital production solution that enables direct printing of antennas (VIDEO)”
Automaker Daimler AG has funded the development of a large build volume additive manufacturing (AM) system for use in automotive production Continue reading “Daimler funds 3D printer for auto production”
A presentation by Zjenja Doubrovski, PhD research, Industrial Design Engineering Delft University of Technology Continue reading ““A Tale of Bunnies and Flutes””
Roland publisher a study which compares Subtractive and Additive Approaches, Highlights Changing Market Demands. Continue reading “A white Paper on Rapid Prototyping Trends and Technologies Shaping the Manufacturing Industry”